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Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations

Edited by Beatrix Futák-Campbell

Published

1 Apr 2021

Page count

200 pages

ISBN

978-1529217148

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

1 Apr 2021

Page count

200 pages

ISBN

978-1529217155

Dimensions

Imprint

Bristol University Press
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    Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations

    Building on the recent global turn in the field of International Relations, this book provides an innovative interrogation of regionalism.

    The book applies a global framework to the study of world regions in order to move beyond the traditional conception of regionalism, which views regions as competing blocs dominated by great powers. Bringing together an international range of case studies, the book shows that regions are instead dynamic configurations of social and political identities in which a variety of actors, including the less powerful, interact and partake in regional cooperation.

    Beatrix Futak-Campbell is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Leiden University.

    Foreword ~ Amitav Acharya;

    Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations ~ Beatrix Futak-Campbell and Pinar Bilgin;

    Beyond Geographical Boundaries ~ Alanna O’Malley;

    Embracing the particular in Globalizing IR ~ Vanessa Newby;

    Building Regional Communities ~ Densua Mumford;

    From Ecofunctionalism to Legal Convention ~ Agha Bayaramov;

    Environmental Regionalism in East Asia ~ Aysun Uyar Makibayashi;

    Is there such thing as a Confucianist Chinese Foreign Policy? ~ Beatrix Futak-Campbell and Jue Wang;

    South Asia and the Gulf ~ Nicolas Blarel;

    Situating Agency in Regionalism ~ Muge Kinacioglu.